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Bill m HAS GREAT HEAD
J&isjon'i Xe&tal Ttgirin Fuxlej
the WiM Guy.
OCT JTKBLE OF COSTEADICTIONS
Talk Imm tlao; frees the ramle
Mow Blarveteaa Capacity far
Teillna Differvmt Btertee
T W. W. KArGHTOX.
SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.-"Jck
Jehnaea Is a oueer tighter." remarked a
aaoct whs keep eloaa tab en th oevel
epment ot th puflUstlo belt "II eays
i tuiri Sera VcVea or J13
j nma until h geta tS3.X cold, bat do-
I esrce no is wiuw iw r
I wtt Jim Corbett Just for the fun o!
' the thins."
- Wall, what' th difference? What
Jack Johnson aura matters little. It I
what ha doe tbat counts. And tha mas
, aa can predict, with any degree ot cer-
I talatr. the nature of Jack'a activities
crartnf the nut few month must be
I gifted with aecood-sifht la an extraor-
' dinery deares.
I era counts of rueues. If John-
aoa bone either McVea or Flynn, the
remuneration will be considerably less
than taXOOQL If Johnson and Corb-Mt meet
face te face, there will be no blood ansa.
Jack's Wild Talk.
. Johnson's speeches and action for
anaoy month put have been a 3 unb.e
-est aeatradlctlons. He has muddied thing
te such aa extent thit at time It seems
aa tbeufh he 1 laag!i!ng In hie sleeve
sU all creation. e went to England
and denounced America. He cam back
bore and flouted England,
i While acrose th pond he entered Into
at eentract to box McVea la Australia.
He changed his mind and gave out that
be had retired. He waa so persistent
la telling that he wa through with th
vanities of th ring that expert the
world round began argutsc to who
araa best entitled to grab hi laurels.
When appsaled to for as opinion, Joha
aen said that he did of car a rap
erne claimed th ehamptoiWhlp or wbo
ceewbt for It He was out f tt and
tok no further Interest In It.
Wk- 7W rama hark, he said. With
sever a suspicion of a smirk or a smile,
that ha eouidn't for the Ufa of him
tasagine how tbat retirement rumor got
v. not retired. No. Indeed.
Be waa etlU In th gam with both feet
and both hand and all h wanted was
mice. Let seme one flaunt a check
(or HMOO In hi face and he would sign
articles oufcklv enough te maze we
check gtref s head swim.
OU4 lo few BUS aaea.
n tm iiae to state that then wa
general eatlafactloa In sporting circle
wbea Johnson mad known h was stlU
la the gut. It mar b that the public
resented th Idea of Johnson breaking
, from th ring nnUcked. or It W
(be that the myriad who are Interested
I la boxing, fit that, wttb th master
heavyweight withdrawn from the game.
the bottom would fall out of th top
' natch division.
Anyhow Jobnsoa'i anaouncement that
ft waa ready te take up the cudgel again
renewed Interest la the heavyweights and
there wa much apeculatloa aa to where
the first challenger would come from,
Mcintosh, th Australian promoter, re
peated hie offer of a match with MeVsa
aad Johnson accepted.
. "1 am te box Sam McVea m Sydney oa
Caster afonday, aald Jack.
A little later th new wa forthcom
ing' that th matoh would take place In
Cla but that waa one shift for which
Johnson was hot responsible. The "Wow
Bar element." aa th opponent of boxing
are called la Australia, had begun to
vallate against Malntosh'o all black
Queeneberry attraction, and th far
Mai promoter thought a change of
anno advisable, June B. the evening of
the day on which th (hand Prix wa
ran, waa fixed on aa the data.
The Jack Curler, aa active and
brainy aa arranger ot arenlo spectacles
a erer traversed publicity avenue,
thought ap a grand assault at anna be
tween Jack Ootch Johnson and Jim
Hackenwhmldt Flyna and th champion
e wall owed th lure, hook, line and
St Louis Where the Home Roarer Discourages Players
OLD BALL WAR RECALLED
No Objection to Saturn of EeuellioBi
Playen to th Game.
ONLY ONE "Aim" siXAima
Xsn Raw CalewlateeL
' DM he atop to figure, think you, that
little Ft ma might prove a lew formid
able proposition than Gorilla aCeVaa, or
waa It that he knew he could reach
Kevada without crossing th equator or
becoming seasick T Anyhow th rtyna
match appealed to Jack,
-"1 will get btolntosh to postpone the
feVca fight There are more people In
)"erla la th fall.' wa what th champion
vouchsafed by way of explanation. In
ctdently not a word had been heard at
the McVea affair since. Perhaps llclntoab
bee grown weary ot chasing chimeras.
The riyna artlclea war signed, but
there waa bo and to Jack'a game ot
ere purposes. He urged, nay. Insisted,
that Flyan cancel his bout with Al Pal
aer. It looked aa though he was afraid
Of Falser, that he might spoil the Nevada
utlook. But after buUdoslng Pima Into
eutUnsT loos from Palser, th champion
announced he was negotiating for a match
.with Falser on hie own account.
i . la between a couple ot these contra
diction, ot Inconsistencies, Johnson
' ssaraed he waa barred from New Tort.
Naturally he waa greatly worked np over
. thla Quick aa a flash, he framed
ptmm tot getting ever. New York had
barred him and he would erase from the
,Hst of the possible opponents tha
mt any heavyweight wbo boxed m New
.Hark. Jim FTvnn and others pleas take
I - Www Tewk Safe.
lit. waa a fearful threat, but tt
ansrety aaothar at Jack'a passing whim.
teres thlrty-slx hear had passed, he
dinlsrit that he bad changed h
of avoiding New (ark sad
his opponents avoid New
Xsck, he woe Id take the Kr city by
atarm aad defy Boxing Oommtsetoaor
eyiML Th rrawtey law. he argued, wa
xaasasd for biac and whltea alike and
be weost staat. apea bis right aa aa
srlrai etUsen. fie would box or know
the m why.
And there the way It goes. Jack la as
faulty a Ma conversation as be Is la his
Itua. Bat scarcely aa good a general.
XEW YORK, Jan. n.-That has baU
players are human and have human in
stincts can be accepted t aa axiom.
They hare their likes and dUUkea, Just
ss have all other mortals, but the way
la which they exhibit them are seme
time moat sinful sr.
It ha been said that when a ball
player acquire aa aversion for anything
or for any place, nothing can erase It.
That may be true, and again It may not,
but the fact remains that there la one
city In the big league circuits which
player aeem to try to steer clear of
if already there, they strain to get away
and. once gone, never return If they
can help It
That town I St Louis.
Tla reason 1 not that St Louis I
not a good base bail city. It I a good
onr. In fact It I too good, and that is
where th aniwer lit.
After comparing the crowds, both In
else acd kind, that turn out at the dif
ferent big leairue parka, through aer
ere I years, no conclusion can be drawn
than that the etouad City has th most
rabid bunch of but ball fanatics In th
country. They are a boon to th mag
nate, but a bane to th piayir. They
stndy tare ball a.-.O. si a rule, know
base ball much bolter than the brother
fan In, say, for instance, Chicago, or
Philadelphia, with all their champion
tee ma .
These "bugs" ro Into spurns of en
thusiasm and it'.'.iht ovsr a player's
work when It Is good, but they employ
equally extreme methods In evincing
their displeasure when Ills efforts are
unproductive of results. They have an
efficient "bolster band," but the "knock
ers' club" can play rings around the
other rang. And Ibry do so. have been
doing so for the past decade. Th un
popularity ef a player is so magnified by
the fans that the manager bsno get
rid of him Whether he wants to m. not
Result svery. club exceptlnivl one
Wathtngton'Amerlcan.s-la both Jtstlonal
and American leagues has at least on
former 8t Loulean on Its roster, tnd
in practically evrry case, th St IOul
turn-down Is making good with a ven
geance, some a players, some as man
ager and some aa club president.
Every rorltlon on the diamond li rep
refntd by them. . .
Those In the National league are: New
Tork, alanager McOraw and Outfielder
Jack Hurray; Boston, Outfielder, Mike
Donlln and Pitcher L'y Young; Brooklyn,
Outfielder Hub North en; Pittsburg. Out
fielder Vincent Campbell. Third Baseman
Bobby Byrne and pitcher Lefty Let
field; Chlcaro, Outfielder Artie Hoffman
and Pitcher Ed Ruelbacn; Cincinnati,
Pitcher Arthur Fromme; Philadelphia,
Pitcher Earl Moore.
Those In the American league are:
Athletics. Pitcher Cy Morgan! Detroit
Second Baseman Delahanty; Cleveland,
Catcher Sid Smith and Outfielder Arthur
Origgs; Boston, President MeAleeri Chl
oago, President Comlsksy; Nsw York.
Outfielder Harry W oiler and Third Base
man Roy Hertz el.
Out of that array1 could be eslsctsd
a plek-up team able to beat either ef th
aggregation that will represent St Lsnl
IB th two bis leagues this year. .
Impatience of th fan has taken tha
soalp of many a bit leagn manager.
They are not willing to wait and give
him a chance to develop the talent oa
hand. That la the not ot the trouble with
. Planning Tourney
Secretary O. J. Jelen, secretary of the
western riivfelnn -f the Tel Jed SokoL
haa called a meeting of local Bohemian
athletes fir F(.hruarv 11 at Which time
arrangements will bo completed for the
Nebraska state sokol Instructive tourna
ment, which will be held at the local Bo
hemian turner kali from February 11
to March 4.
Joe .Mik. president of the division;
Frank Rlha. Instructor of the local Bo
hemian gymnasts, and many other local
turners have expressed satisfaction at
the idea of bavins' such a tournament
which win be the first of Its kind ever
held in Nebraska.
Five big league manager who learned
baa ball In th school of th Chicago
Cob. Abov oa th toft to Frank
Chance, who not only mastered the fine
point of the game with th Cubs, but
I now their manager. On th right I
Clark Griffith, who tills year will lead
the Washington Americans, having va
osted the managership ot the Cincinnati
Reds. Below, left -to right are Harry
WoivertoB, one! Main of the New Tork
Yankees; Jimmy Callahaa. skipper of the
Chicago Americans, and th greatest of
all "eotne backs," aad Johnny KJIng, pilot
ot th Boston National and former
world'a greatest catcher. No other team
haa turned out a many major league
managers. . ,
St Lotus. If th tana there would let
th manger have a chance te try out the
men and not fore Mm to snap Judgment
th town might bhv another pennant
some tun before th twentieth osntury
end. It I their vary everenxlety to
have a winner that proves 4 boomerang
and keeps a penaot away.
Whll St Lou I to aa extreme example
of this type of feverish, hasty baa ball
populace, there are many other town la
many ether leagues who baa ball in
habitants are sffllcted with th
disease. Until tt la cured, they will be
working against th vary championship
that they think they are working for.
And they are th doctors. But there la no
use giving advtoo to baa ball faoa; they
don't listen to It.
While St Louis bold the lost in set
ting rid ot promising base ball material
before It ha had a chanos to develop to
th utmost, th Chicago Cob hold the
record for bringing players to tha height
of their possibilities, so that when their
playing days are over, they are capable
of taking the managerial rein ot other
big league club.
Th coming season will witness sis men
leading major team who had almost all
thetr schooling with th Chicago National
league machine. They are Jimmy Calla
han ot th Whit Sox. Clark Griffith of
th Washington Senators, Bill Dahlen ot
Brooklyn, Harry Wolverton ot the New
Tork Yankee, Johnny KBng ot th Boa
ton Nationals and Frank Chance himself,
who to still on th job with th Cub.
All of these excepting Chanos and Dah
len are filling th executive position of
thetr present teama for the first time.
Callahan last year was merely an out
fielder for the White Sox. Griffin goee
to Washington for th Cincinnati Reds,
whom he managed last year. Wolverton
Is returning to the big league aa a man
ager after having bean In the minor
several eeesons, Xllng did th baokstop-
plng for Boston In lilt but will experience
hi first managing this year.
OIETZ CLUB WILL PUSH
f : . BASE BALL THIS YEAR
IB baU arm be th ell-lntportant
apart at tha Diets ereb tbla summer aad
th ajamber are planning to tare ont two
f th fastest amateur asxrae-sUons te
- A art Ting committee, te ba appointed
by X. D. Bramv the newly elected presS
eal ef th ctua, win issoe a caS lor local
nsileia iris in al cracks en Fstsnmry 1
a sewer as get a ne sa piespenlie pr
sa fee- the stssssa. Tb stab baS grwends
at .sisass asm Bard streets wfB he
psntrnt Mast aad a am giaad sBsx,
aeeeae at stack aad Cesstsker ts
Xesaarkabl aad la Whally Dm
t Thetr Kxperteeee aad ,
Kaewledsr at Game.
NEW YORK, Jan. IT. -When the Broth
erhood of Ball Player failed to wreck the
National league by th memorable revolt
In Wo, th men who spent more than
tl. 000,00 to ptissi is the game declared
that under be circumstances would they
permit the ringleaders of the Players'
league movement to become prominent In
the government ot the sport There waa
no objection to th return ot the rebel
lious player to the national agreement
fold, however, and among th first to
sign organised base hall eontraou after
the "war" were John M. Ward. James
McAleer. Buck Ewlng, Mike Kelly. Jim
Keefe. coanle Mark. Kdward Han Ion,
Charlea Comlskey and Arthur Irwin, But
th old magnates took excellent oar to
keep these former star ot th diamond
under their thumbs.
With th passing of the club owner A,
H. Sodea, W. H. Conaat and J. B. Bill
ing ot Boston, John B. Day of New
York, a H. Byrne and F. A. A bell of
Brooklyn, A. G. Spalding and Jam
Hart at Chicago, A. J. Beach and Job a I.
Rogera of Cleveland, w. A. Nlmlck at
PttlsbuTTh and Chris Voa Der Abe ot St.
Louis, who fonght the Brotherhood suc
cessfully, the big dub were eon trolled by
msa wbo had no gile amies and who saw
no reason why the Brotherhood leader
could not hsnnat financially Interacted.
Th formation of th marl ran toagu
by Baa Johaaoa afforded aa evening for
Comlskey, wbo took bold ot th Chicago
franchise la that praepetoM ctroutt 1
proceeded to build ap a tartan with tha
Whit Box, Cemlskey power lam as Bed
until soon he became the most powerful
msaviate la th Amertoaa league. Mack
abas recah ed a chance to bseoaa tarn
as the amaagat ot the Athletloa. m which
he to a heavy stockholder. McAleer, at
first measurer of th St LMd Browns
and later th handler ot th Waahlngtona,
to now part owner and pnsMent of the
Boston Americans. Arthur Irwin, after
many np and downs. Is high la th coun
cils of the New York Americana, while
last but not least John M. Ward, the
originator of the Brotherhood plot to the
president and holder of a one-third later
set la the Boston National league due.
Ot the ether Brotherhood leaders Kelly
and Swing are dead. Keefe to a property
owner la Cambridge, Mass, and Ban.
lea to living la retirement la Baltimore,
though still aaxloo to buy a major
Oddly enough th only anti-brotherhood
mgn ta th game la Joha T.
Brash, owner ot th Giants, who tor
many year waa bitterly opposed to Ward
and th ether. But la recent year
Brash and Ward bav become does
friends and th latter wa Brash' caa
dlAii for th Satkmal leagn psaidunry
two year ago. There la aa doest that
Ward eoald has jsissinl th Ksw
Tork eta at the eases t tha sassma of
t practice taw, aa th New Tork dub
wa sold to Andrew Freedmaa and ub
eequently passed Into the handa of
The tuceeee ef Comlsksy aad Mack haa
beea remark abls aad la wholly due to
their praotloal experience, Whether
Ward and McAleer, who are going to
make a hard fight for Boston's patron
age la future, can produce atmllar re
mits remains to be seen, but tt oaanot
be said that they are lacking m knowl
edge ot baa ball tactlca. It I worthy
ot not, by th way, that whll Comlsksy,
Mack, Ward. MoAlssr aad Irwin were
ready to tear down the base ball struo.
tun more than twenty yean ago. they
an staunch supporters ot th National
cement without which th gam
ooukd not enjoy It present prosperity.
Remember the Kiddle.
President Hedges will threw th gate
of the Brown park ta St Lsuls open te
all the kids la th town two day every
SCOT ATMP) GET BUSY
Will Hold Hefting; Honday Evening
st Jtoobi' Kemorkl EsIL
TO JX7TTL SCOTTISH GAMES
VETEBAS WHO WILL J0I5 THE SXW
I V ssiiHbt
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Claa Geswaa Athletl
Haa Kasaeswaa Plana fee tb
Cesetaa Samme aad
The Clan Gordon Athlet to assoolstlsa
will bold a meeting a tomorrow evening
al Jacobs' Msmorml ball to make ar
rangements for ita sport acttvttlea far
th prosit year. This association bow
haa a total membership of sixty Omaha
Scot and bid fair to play aa important
part among other local athletla organ
isation this spring and summer.
It la the intention ot th asae
clatlon to arouse mere interest
among local sport lovers la the
games of golf, cricket quoits,
curling, carpet bowl and soccer
toot ball, aad every effort will
he made to put oa arm credit
able exhibition ot fist sport.
Association members will am
th Miller park course, nine holes
for golf tbla euooer and will also
play cricket oa' the ground at
th park. Dean Taacock ot Trin
ity cathedral and George Pea
cock an the most ardent rtofcet
enthusiasts la Omaha aad both
an live promoters of th game.
Peacock I oa ot the beet wicket
keepers la the west and baa had
considerable experleaca at th
Quoit win be played at the
Clan Gordoai rlaka at Thlrty-eeo-ond
and Fowler aveaue and It Is
expected tbat a series ef game
win b pulled eft them this sum
mer which will be open to all
local crack at th horseshoe
gam. A. C. .Watson hold the
areseat Scotch championship ot
Omaha, bavin' defeated- Jena
Mulr la the epsa eoateat last
summer by winning thlrteem out
at twenty-five gams.
' Th gam ot curling wW be
taken np at Carter lake as soon
a th Ice is la better condition.
Carpet bowls, an indoor gaze.
liar to curling, will aleo be
played thia winter, probably at
the dub bouse at Miller park.
Soccer foot ball will start again
sit fait .v
following srs the officer ot
th association for IMS: President
John Muir; rice nrestaVens, William
J. Hiaiop; aeereeary, George Pea
cock; treasurer. Joha McTagxart
Bill Bradley, former s1 ar third basemen et tha
Clevcsaaa Americans, who le aegoVatiag tor
iieveuae timiienise m toe new eunae
lsarlea. the fluted States leejree, BUI
be has a banco ef his ewn money to land the
wrt. an rasa taen a is.
tana ism, ssjaais
am, aad hi seeanag
sat Omtnlm leagna
GOLFERS GETTING THE FEYER
Aljfidj They An Telling- What Seo-
ordi Taej Wiu Kaka Ilui Year.
SPBAGUI MED SH 00 SOUTH
mi Obasiaa As Osasillea th Ihasw
VwtU Tteey WIU Agala
Hi l l la ravvwaMa
six weeks now Omaha 0tiUn
op their favorite outdoor sport
and th greens at tha dlffi
haka about tha atty wiu
th macca for tired hi
The link at the Field and Country
clubs, Happy Hollow aad Miller park
will all be busy places during tha spring
and summer months. Although
waa not fortunate enough to secure the
western golf tourney this year, there will
be the state tourney at the Country due,
and probably aa Interduh tourney to
arouse competition. The usual Indi
vidual feature of each dob, such as
dub tournaya and Individual matches,
will also be polled off from time to time.
A new addttloa to the ranks of the
link thia year wUI be th Seymour Lake
Country dub. The new elgh teen-hole
course at thte dub I bow completed and
play will start then about the middle
of March. H. K. Burket la president et
the dub for the present year. The Rod
and Gun dub may alas ban a course.
H H. Spracne and J. R Rahm ot th
Country dub have quietly planned to get
th jump ea ether local golfers and win
Journey dowa to Jacksonville. Fla, oa
February i where they Interne to make
the gam ot the green thetr principal
diversion for a period et four weeks
They will play at th Jacksonville Coun
try dub over aa eight oca-hois course.
Among the early bird who ar count-1
Ing th day until tb robin begina to
chirp at Happy Hollow ar W. & Shaf
fer, th dub champion; George Ross,
runner-up ta the dub toonamont last
year; A. A. McClun. A, T. Austin. E. A.
Nordstrom and Frank Brown. Better
turf la promised at the Happy Hollow
link this year and th bexarda and
bunkers will also be Improved upon be
fore the beginning of the season.
It H. La Douceur will try for an early
record at the Field dub this spring and
to gradually acquiring a bread new est
of dubs for th season's play. His
ant record tor the course ts Tt.
the time the state tournament - draws
E. rf. Sxag-Je attended the Western
Golf association meeting at Chicago Jan
uary M and returned with the news that
Omaha rtoodV no chance of getting the
western golf meet unU! lSlt Denver will
have the big; tournament thia summer
and Chicago will probably bold It in 1U.
so that the Gate City enthusiasts must
wait for two years.
Forward to Lively
Season on Diamond
rw.-ni. nnhrersHv Is making plant
on a more extensive scale than ever for
. . . WH
a base ball team tor uui
biixest inducement being offered te brinj
out the beet material I th possibility
of gaining a letter. The agitation ia bow
astir and It la expected that the athtk
faculty will comply. A good trip Is alai
hln amtnmMt fnr tha team. Which Will
cover several towns In Iowa. Tm wll
very probably include a return
with Tabor. Morningslde. Highland Park.
Dee aloines ana outers.
ChMiiu k-- - ntimhep of star base
ball players in Its different departments.
owing to tne eariy closing ox uw pun
fessional school It 1 necessary to gc
an early start and CreUThton tb com,
pelled to battle with Its strongest oppo
nents almost before th spring sorencst
wean oft. However, the collegiate do
lurtmMi whloh la in session till June.
seem to be possessed of some more than
ordinarily good talent, ana tney irve
up to their reputations they can be re
lied upon to tide the season to brilliant
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ISelder. "haa Basse Marti Bar
ter, the aeceasil Bcetoa Natlanal
leajrae cMcber. There was a sun
was. asespt Back
was the amies
Percy Chambers, on ot th Stiller nark
enthusiasts, ts a seauine Fngtlsh (oU.
savins played the game for three rears
at the fcsau'boreuch cluh links la Kh
uusL Be ba aeaotlateel the Miller park
course. Bin holes, la XT oa several ecca-
Dr. H. C Eumnrr. Jars ITucies and
B'JI Chamhere have e!g-r Ifird that after
liarch a they wl'.l he "at ton: e" oa tne
FleM rlnb links oa Ssjnrday aftemooaa.
Overland id. Pep
Hartford OeeacU naff ts,
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